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Jeremy Irvine Announces London Critics Circle Award Nods

Jeremy Irvine shows off his baby blues with a matching suit while announcing the 2014 London Critics Circle Film Award Nominations held at May Fair Hotel on Tuesday (December 16) in London, England. A brand new poster for the 24-year-old actor’s new film The Woman In Black: Angel of Death was just released. Check it [...]

'The Circle' a richly absorbing docudrama about Swiss gay couple

"The Circle," Switzerland's official foreign-language film submission for the Academy Awards, is a richly absorbing historical docudrama revolving around Ernst Ostertag and Robi Rapp, who in 2003 became the first same-sex couple to enjoy legal recognition in Switzerland.

‘Mr Turner’, ‘Birdman’ Lead London Critics’ Circle Film Awards Nominations

Mike Leigh's biopic Mr Turner earned seven London Critics' Circle Film Awards nominations this afternoon to lead the pack of a mix of UK, U.S. and foreign language titles. Mr Turner picked up nods for Film of the Year and British Film of the Year, as well as gaining recognition in the acting, directing and technical races. Show More Summary

Awards Race Makes First Gear Shift This Week

Christmas lights are up, and awards season is underway. Shopping season for Oscar officially kicked off not long after Black Friday this year when the New York Film Critics Circle voted, followed thereafter by the National Board of Review...Show More Summary

Newswire: The Los Angeles Film Critics Association also liked Boyhood

One week after the New York Film Critics Circle named Boyhood its Best Picture, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association gave it the same award, solving the bitter bicoastal dispute over whether a gathering of film critics is referred to as a “Circle” or an “Association” by means of ambitious cinematic coming-of-age tales. Show More Summary

Newswire: The New York Film Critics Circle liked Boyhood, The National Board Of Review did not (well, not as much)

To casual fans of golden statues and ceremonial plaques, awards season is mostly just the months and months of hype that lead up to the Oscars. For true awards aficionados, though, awards season is less of a gentle rain and more of a brutal hurricane, in which famous people are continuously bombarded with accolades. Show More Summary

Jon Hamm’s a Ham and Other Things We Learned at the Gotham Awards

Let the Oscar speculation begin! Yesterday, we got two windows into the possible minds of Academy members when a pair of New York organizations handed out their own end-of-season awards. First, the New York Film Critics Circle (which won't hand out trophies until January) gave top honors to Boyhood and... More »

The Movie Award Season Begins

The Gotham Independent Film Awards, National Board of review and the New York Critics Circle awards rarely point to films and actors destined to win Oscars, though they can be subtle indicators of voters' sentiments.

Boyhood & Birdman Win First Wave of Awards

New York Film Critics Circle and Gotham Awards kick off awards season The post Boyhood & Birdman Win First Wave of Awards appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

‘Boyhood’ Tops New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2014 – Winners List

Richard Linklater's Boyhood took top honors at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2014. But what else won big? Check out the full winners list: The post ‘Boyhood’ Tops New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2014 – Winners List appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.

Boyhood Nabs Top Prizes at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards

Even New York film critics could not resist the earnest pleasures of Boyhood. This afternoon, the film won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Supporting Actress at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards. It's a turnaround from last year, when the staggeringly cynical American Hustle walked away with Best Picture.... More »

'Boyhood' wins best film of 2014 honor from N.Y. Film Critics Circle

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"Boyhood," Richard Linklater's acclaimed coming-of-age drama shot over a 12-year period, was named best film of 2014 on Monday by the New York Film Critics Circle. "Boyhood" also won awards for director Linklater and supporting actress for Patricia Arquette.

'Boyhood' Tops New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2014!

Boyhood is getting an early lead in the awards season by topping the 2014 New York Film Critics Circle Awards with three awards! The movie won the awards for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette, and Best Director for Richard Linklater. Other stars that were victorious this year were Best Actor winner Timothy [...]

New York Film Critics Circle Awards (Live): Cinematography, ‘The Immigrant’

Refresh for updates. Update, 8:48AM: Slow, as she comes. The New York Film Critics Circle is still drawing ballots on several categories. Already announced: Darius Khondji for his DP work on The Immigrant, Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel for best screenplay, J.K. Show More Summary

New York Film Critics Circle Honors J.K. Simmons, Patricia Arquette

The New York Film Critics Circle announced its annual awards on Monday, the year's first critics' prizes and something of a reliable indicator of Oscar odds. Nine of the past 10 Best Film winners went on to earn Best Picture nods, and three also won. Show More Summary

New York Film Critics Circle Awards (Live): Best Animated Film, ‘The Lego Movie’

Refresh for updates. The New York Film Critics Circle Awards are announcing their winners live this morning.  As the Frank Sinatra song kinda goes, the New York Film Critics 'do it their way' when it comes to recognizing the best film...Show More Summary

New York Film Critics Circle Voting First Again

The New York Film Critics Circle said today it will vote for its 2015 awards on December 1, again placing it first in the derby for what critics think during awards season. The gala dinner is set for January 5, 2015. Over the past couple...Show More Summary

The Academy Awards Circle A February Date For 2015

Doesn’t it feel like the Academy Awards just ended like a day ago? The folks behind Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave probably haven’t yet STOPPED celebrating the film’s Best Picture win at this year’s Oscars ceremony. But time is a flat circle, and Hollywood’s already mapping out the path to next year’s Academy Awards. Show More Summary

Gary Oldman and Naomie Harris Skip the Super Bowl for the London Critics' Circle Film Awards

Heading Across the Pond to receive praise from British audiences, Gary Oldman and Naomie Harris attended the London Critics' Circle Film Awards on Sunday (February 2). The "Skyfall" star wore a sleeveless, yellow fringed dress that evoked...Show More Summary

Naomie Harris & Barkhad Abdi: London Critics' Circle Film Awards

Naomie Harris is stunning in a sheer yellow dress while attending the 2014 London Critics’ Circle Film Awards held at The Mayfair Hotel on Sunday (February 2) in London, England. The 37-year-old English actress was joined by Captain Phillips‘ Barkhad Abdi, who is nominated for Supporting Actor for his role in the film. PHOTOS: Check [...]

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